Pentsioak eta DTM

Stephanie Kelton‏@StephanieKelton

(https://twitter.com/StephanieKelton/status/977911167728447488)

A federal job guarantee at $15/hr + benefits (including health care and retirement). http://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/pn_18_2.pdf … Put a bow on it. 1, ,2, 4 & 5

2018 mar. 25

Ikus, halaber:

GUARANTEED JOBS THROUGH A PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM

l. randall wray, stephanie a. kelton, pavlina r. tcherneva, scott fullwiler, and flavia dantas

(http://www.levyinstitute.org/pubs/pn_18_2.pdf)

Soldata minimoa:

15 $/orduko x 7 (ordu/eguneko) x 5 (egun/asteko) x 4 (aste/hilabeteko) = gutxienez, 2.100 $ hilabeteko

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Estatu Batuetako Altxor Publikotik via FED!

Defizit publikoak handitu behar dira!

Dirua egon badago, eurrez gainera!

Segida:

Zer gertatzen da Euskal Herrian?

Langabezian dagoen jendeari, eta lan egin nahi duen edozeini, lanpostu bat eskaini behar zaio, lan bermeko programa baten barruan.

Gogoratzekoa: Lan bermeaz (job guarantee), hitz batzuk

Hemen ere, soldata minimoa hauxe izan liteke:

15 €/orduko x 7 (ordu/eguneko) x 5 (egun/asteko) x 4 (aste/hilabeteko) = gutxienez, 2.100 € hilabeteko

Zer gertatzen da jadanik jubilatuta dagoen jendearekin?

Jadanik jubilatuta dagoen jendeari, pentsio duinak eskaini behar zaizkio. Demagun, eredu gisa, pentsio minimo bat: 1.500 €/hilabeteko

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EBZtik!

Defizit fiskalak erabiliz!

Dirua egon bada, eurrez gainera!

Segida:

Banku zentralak, defizitak, soberakinak, gobernu-sektorea, ez gobernuko sektoreak, aurrezkiak eta politika fiskalak direla eta, gogoratu Bill Mitchell-ek dioena (DTM: kritika batzuk eta erantzunak (1)):

(i) the central bank has no choice but to ensure there are enough bank reserves available given its charter is to maintain financial stability.”

(ii) “A government deficit (surplus) equals dollar-for-dollar a non-government surplus (deficit).”

(iii) “The non-government sector is comprised of the external and private domestic sectors. If the external sector is in deficit and the private domestic sector desires to save overall, then the government sector has to be in deficit and national income changes will ensure that occurs.”

(iv) The aim of fiscal policyis to ensure that the discretionary government policy position is sufficient to ensure full employment and price stability, given the spending and saving decisions of the non-government sector.”

(v) “If from a particular level of national income, the private domestic sector, for example, desires to save more overall and cuts its spending accordingly, then unless there is more net export spending coming in, the government will have to increase its deficit to avoid rising unemployment and a recession.”

Defizitak direla eta, hona hemen Mitchell-ek dioena, goian aipaturiko artikuluan: defizit ‘txarrak’ eta defizit ‘onak’.

(a) Trying to run fiscal surpluses in the face of a non-government sector desire to achieve a surplus itself will just result in a major recession and a fiscal deficit via the automatic stabilisers (as the tax base shrinks, for a start).

That sort of fiscal deficit is what I call a ‘bad’ deficit because it is associated with a rise in unemployment and a loss of national income (as a result of the recession).

(b) [The government can] run a ‘good’ deficit, by allowing their net spending to accommodate – to ‘fund’ – the desire of the non-government sector to save overall.

(c) But if the non-government sector enforces a desire to save overall (via its spending actions) then the government has no choice but to fund that via a fiscal deficit or accept recession as the inevitable consequence.

Defizit ‘onak’ erabili behar dira behar den dirua edukitzeko, kasu, pentsio duinak ordaintzearren!

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